Kelly Fredinburg…Oregon’s Hero

Kelly was a Marion County Oregon Deputy Sheriff. He died in firey head on crash while responding code 3. Hit by driver who coming from other direction of highway was passing all cars pulling over thus hitting Kelly’s car head on. Ammo in trunk got hot from fire and started to go off keeping emergency


Chris, Jeff, Ben, and Gabi are doing the best they can. There is not a day that goes by we all aren’t missing you. I left Gabi’s 2023 prom picture at the wall under your name. She looked absolutely stunning. She will graduate here on May 24, 2023. In your honor this year we volunteered

Uncle Roy

Thank you for being a rock on the force and for our family. You were always there. We miss you. God love you.

Honoring My Grandfather

Honoring the memory of my Grandfather, Sergeant Glen E. Jones of the North Milwaukee (later the City of Milwaukee) Police Department, from 1925 to 1950.

The forgotten heroes

Our public safety officers are sometimes the forgotten heroes. They are taken for granted until someone else is putting your life in danger and you need help quickly. There might just come a time when one of them are in a jam and need our help quickly. Thats when we might find out how selfless

Forever in our Hearts 8835

Kaitie, you have touched the hearts of so many. Your honor, bravery and sacrifice will never be forgotten. Rest in Peace Deputy Leising, St. Croix County Wisconsin, we will take it from here.

Honoring The Blue

My older brother Mark Orefice was a sergeant in the 34th Pct. when Michael was killed. The ultimate sacrifice. I’m sending this note to honor this fallen hero and to also honor my brother Mark who attends this memorial every year. I come from a family of Blue. My father Robert Orefice was a patrolman.